Governor Punjab Salman Taseer has alleged that PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif is busy in hatching conspiracy against the government. Nawaz has made use of dramatic words by saying that Pakistan reflects a 'failed state', which is not fair, Taseer observed. Talking to a private TV channel on Monday, the Governor said the country was engulfed in dire situation and there was no need of politicizing the issues. He said that President Asif Zardari had favoured the PML-N by letting it establish its government in the province. He said that Nawaz Sharif liked no one but late Zia ul Haq. 'But I don't know how I can I bring Zia ul Haq back for Nawaz Sharif, he said in a satirical way. He further said that PML-N leaders were taking him as threat for no good reason. Responding to Nawaz Sharif's comment, Taseer said that there was neither any roadmap nor planning in Punjab, "how can they (PML-N) point fingers towards others?" To a question regarding the letters he has written to Punjab government, Taseer said it was his obligation and right to point out certain issues he noticed. 'I have written the letters in a very careful language which is absolutely devoid of any threat. The PML-N leaders want the Governor to be their 'house servant' which is not possible'. He said that the PML-N was a Punjabi party, not a national party and if they (PML-N) were not interested in ministries, they should quit from Punjab as well. He ruled out any possibility of governor rule or dissolving the provincial government and said that he was willing the democratic functioning. However, he said that there could be lot of changes in the provincial setup.